Top Newton Labor Lawyers - New Hampshire

  • One Buttrick Road Londonderry NH 03053 42.851826 -71.35864

    After decades of legal practice, our attorney's remain committed to fighting for the best possible results on behalf of our clients. At Solomon Law Firm, clients receive experienced guidance and zealous representation of their interests. We are the compassionate allies you deserve and the strong legal advocates you need when facing complex legal issues. Due to our record of success, we have built...

  • 32 Daniel Webster Highway,Suite 7 Merrimack NH 03054 42.797928 -71.472626

    Nancy Richards-Stower was inducted into the prestigious College of Labor and Employment Lawyers in 2003 and is a former member and chair of New Hampshire's anti-discrimination agency, the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights from 1979 to 1985, during which time she was an associate, then partner, of Robert H. Rines, founder of Franklin Pierce Law Center . She has operated her plaintiffs'...

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    28 Webster Street Manchester NH 03104 43.00645 -71.46401

    The Manchester, NH based personal injury law firm of Ward Law Group, PLLC is a statewide practice with the experience to handle any legal issue. We have represented clients throughout New Hampshire, helping make them whole after auto accidents and other personal injury issues. Our team of Attorneys at Ward Law Group, PLLC concentrate in personal injury, workers’ compensation and Social...

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    74 Cottage St Littleton NH 03561 44.303658 -71.769615

    Ward Law Group PLLC founded our Littleton law office, with the goal of protecting the rights of injured victims living in the North Country, across New Hampshire, and throughout New England. We are happy to  assist clients who have legal needs in the following areas: •         Personal injury...

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